Sandra Pavlova

Associate Partner | Corporate Tax Services Noewe

Sandra Pavlova has been advising Lithuanian and foreign companies on direct and indirect tax and application of tax incentives more than ten years. She also has experience in tax optimization projects, performing tax due diligence, advising on mergers and reorganizations as well as international taxation issues. She has gained experience working with companies engaged in manufacturing activities in various industries, as well as in the information technology (IT), trade and services sectors.

She represents companies and private persons in tax disputes, assists clients in representing their position with the tax authority on binding rulings and inquiries on various tax issues.

Sandra Pavlova is also a member and a member of the Board of the Lithuanian Tax Consultants Association, represents the interests of taxpayers at the State Tax Inspectorate and actively cooperates with the Ministry of Finance of the Republic of Lithuania on the adoption of tax laws and their amendments.

Gained knowledge and experience help her to identify needs of each client, to assess the issue from tax as well as legal perspective and to provide the client the best solution.

Practice areas
Professional background
Academic background

Tax Law

Application of Tax Incentives

International Tax Planning and Tax Issues

Taxation of Mergers and Acquisitions

Tax Due Diligence

Representation in Relations with Tax Authorities



Noewe, Associate Partner, Corporate Tax Services (since 2023)

Noewe, Head of Corporate Tax Services (since 2020)

Deloitte Lithuania, Project Manager (2019-2020)

Deloitte Lithuania, Senior Tax Consultant (2016-2019)

Fidexperta, Senior Tax Consultant (2012-2016)

Fidexperta, Tax Consultant (2010-2012)

Master of Laws, Finance and Tax Law, Mykolas Romeris University, 2010

Bachelor of Laws, Tax Law, Mykolas Romeris University, 2009

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